{Edtech} Buzzfeed like video creation made easy with Rocketium

Source: Rocketium | Quick video creation for social media Via: Rocketium Is Like A Video-Creation Tool For Dummies (& I Include Myself In That Description) | Larry Ferlazzo’s Websites of the Day… Wow, this is a very cool tool. Students can use their own clips and pictures or Rocketium’s copyright free library. Creations can also be collaboratively […]

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Vookmark is an easy way to bookmark videos on the web

Source: Vookmark – Bookmark videos, watch later Vookmark is a web service with one goal, to help you keep track of videos you’ve watched or want to watch. Available on Chrome, Safari, Android, and iOS, Vookmark lets you bookmark a video simply by activating the extension or app. You do need to create an account, but once you are […]

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Using Flipgrid in your class for video responses

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Flipgrid is a video response platform where educators can have online video discussions with students or other educators. Teachers can provide feedback to students AND better yet students can provide feedback to one another. With Flipgrid One (Free) you get one grid with unlimited topics. So if you have multiple classes or subject areas you […]

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Videos to help celebrate Earth Day

With its deep roots in education, Earth Day provides a great opportunity to integrate environmental science and social activism into your classroom. We’ve rounded up five videos you can show in class to kick off your Earth Day lessons and get your students thinking about how they can make a difference in saving the planet, whether they’re […]

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NASA has created an online image and video library

NASA has created an online image and video library. The library consists of more than 140,000 images, videos, and audio files from NASA. Media can be browsed by newest added files, or you can search by keyword or object name. The new website consolidates media from more than 60 collections. Since the media was created by […]

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Stop auto-playing videos in Chrome, Firefox, and Safari

Auto-playing videos have become the “punch the monkey” of today, read on to learn how to stop auto-playing videos in Chrome, Firefox, and Safari! We’ve all been there, browsing news.google.com and clicking on a news article when WHAM, a video starts playing. Not only is it annoying, you usually have your volume turned up, annoying everyone. […]

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Easily create explainer videos with mysimpleshow

Would you like a simple way to create explainer videos? Then check out mysimpleshow With mysimpleshow you write your script, add the elements to the scenes (or use the ones mysimpleshow suggests), and you’re done. Using text to speech, mysimpleshow will create a video with a computer voice for the voiceovers. It actually sounds pretty good. To get started, create an […]

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